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    Great news about a potential new naked eye comet for 2013 at the end...


    Gamma-Ray Flash Came from Star Eaten by Black Hole
    A bright flash of gamma rays observed March 28 by the Swift satellite may have been the death rattle of a star falling into a massive black hole and being ripped apart, according to a team of astronomers led by the University of California, Berkeley.

    STS 135 Atlantis - Today's News Items
    The STS-135 payload canister's move to Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida is expected to begin at 9 p.m. EDT tonight with the canister's lift up the pad structure set for early Friday morning.

    Spectacular Hubble View of Centaurus A
    The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has produced a close-up view of the galaxy Centaurus A. Hubble’s out-of-this-world location and world-class Wide Field Camera 3 instrument reveal a dramatic picture of a dynamic galaxy in flux.

    NASA Spacecraft Confirms Theories, Sees Surprises at Mercury
    NASA scientists are making new discoveries about the planet Mercury. Data from MESSENGER, the first spacecraft to orbit Mercury, is giving scientists important clues to the origin of the planet and its geological history and helping them better understand its dynamic interior and exterior processes.

    EPOXI Team Publishes Comet Findings in Science
    Comet Hartley 2 is in a hyperactive class of its own compared to other comets visited by spacecraft, says a University of Maryland-led study published in the June 17 issue of the journal Science.

    Pan-STARRS Telescope Spots New Distant Comet
    Astronomers at the University of Hawaii at Manoa have discovered a new comet that they expect will be visible to the naked eye in early 2013
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    STS 135 Atlantis - Today's News Items
    The transport canister containing the payload for space shuttle Atlantis' STS-135 mission arrived at Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center Thursday night, and was hoisted up into the pad's structure. The payload is scheduled to be transferred into the shuttle's cargo bay on Monday.

    Phobos Slips Past Jupiter
    Earlier this month, ESA’s Mars Express performed a special maneuver to observe an unusual alignment of Jupiter and the Martian moon Phobos. The impressive images have now been processed into a movie of this rare event.
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    ATLAS3D - Replacing the Handle of Hubble's Tuning Fork
    A team of 25 astronomers from Europe and Northern America, including ASTRON astronomers Morganti, Oosterloo, and Serra, has shown that many galaxies, which are normally classified as spheroid galaxies according to the 70 year old Hubble classification scheme, are in fact spiral galaxies.

    Cassini Captures Ice Queen Helene
    NASA's Cassini spacecraft has successfully completed its second-closest encounter with Saturn's icy moon Helene, beaming down raw images of the small moon. At closest approach, on June 18, Cassini flew within 4,330 miles (6,968 kilometers) of Helene's surface. It was the second closest approach to Helene of the entire mission.

    NASA And DARPA Offer Students Chance To Support Future Missions
    NASA and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) are offering high school students the opportunity to design experiments that will be tested in space.

    NASA Hosts Briefing To Preview Spacecraft Visit Of Large Asteroid
    NASA will host a news briefing at 2 p.m. EDT on Thursday, June 23, to discuss the Dawn spacecraft's year-long visit to the large asteroid Vesta. The mission expects to go into orbit around Vesta on July 16 and begin gathering science data in early August. The briefing will be held in the NASA Headquarters auditorium located at 300 E St. SW, in Washington. NASA Television and the agency's website will broadcast the event.

    STS 135 Atlantis - Today's News Items
    At NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida today, the four Atlantis astronauts set to fly the STS-135 mission begin their launch countdown rehearsal and related training. After the crew arrived at Kennedy's Shuttle Landing Facility Monday evening in two T-38 jets, Commander Chris Ferguson and Pilot Doug Hurley practiced landings in the Shuttle Training Aircraft.

    NASA Details Achievements Of Lunar Spacecraft
    NASA has declared full mission success for the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO). LRO changed our view of the entire moon and brought it into sharper focus with unprecedented detail.
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    Galaxies Are Either Asleep or Awake
    Astronomers have probed into the distant universe and discovered that galaxies display one of two distinct behaviors: they are either awake or asleep, actively forming stars or are not forming any new stars at all.

    IceHunters Website Challenges Public to Find Icy Worlds
    A team at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville has developed a new website, IceHunters (http://www.icehunters.org), to challenge the public to discover Kuiper Belt objects in the outer solar system. It is hoped that among the myriad of new objects found by IceHunters there will be an object (or maybe even objects) with just the right orbit to carry it on to a rendezvous with NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft.

    NASA Schedules News Conference About Final Space Shuttle Launch
    NASA managers will hold a news conference on Tuesday, June 28, at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida to discuss the status of the final space shuttle launch.

    Astronaut Mark Kelly Announces Plans To Retire From NASA
    NASA astronaut and U.S. Navy Capt. Mark Kelly has announced his plans to retire from the agency on Oct. 1. He is a veteran of four space shuttle missions.

    Pandora’s Cluster — A Galactic Crash Investigation
    A team of scientists has studied the galaxy cluster Abell 2744, nicknamed Pandora’s Cluster. They have pieced together the cluster’s complex and violent history using telescopes in space and on the ground, including the Hubble Space Telescope and ESO’s Very Large Telescope. Abell 2744 seems to be the result of a simultaneous pile-up of at least four separate galaxy clusters, and this complex collision has produced strange effects that have never been seen together before.

    The Sun's Solstice Flare and CME
    Late in the evening on June 20 the sun emitted a long lasting C7.7 small class flare that peaked around 11:25p.m. EDT. A C-class flare is a relatively small flare.

    Best Evidence Yet for Saturn Moon's Saltwater Ocean
    Samples of icy spray shooting from Saturn's moon Enceladus collected during Cassini spacecraft flybys show the strongest evidence yet for the existence of a large-scale, subterranean saltwater ocean, says a new international study led by the University of Heidelberg and involving the University of Colorado Boulder.

    LRO Showing Us the Moon as Never Before
    NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has forever changed our view of the moon, literally bringing it into sharper focus and showing us the whole globe in unprecedented detail.

    Sun and Planets Constructed Differently
    Researchers analyzing samples returned by NASA's 2004 Genesis mission have discovered that our sun and its inner planets may have formed differently than previously thought.

    NASA Mars Rover Arrives In Florida After Cross-Country Flight
    NASA's next Mars rover has completed the journey from its California birthplace to Florida in preparation for launch this fall.

    Dawn Nears Start of Year-Long Stay at Asteroid
    NASA's Dawn spacecraft is on track to begin the first extended visit to a large asteroid. The mission expects to go into orbit around Vesta on July 16 and begin gathering science data in early August. Vesta resides in the main asteroid belt and is thought to be the source of a large number of meteorites that fall to Earth.

    New Image Reveals Vast Nebula Around Betelgeuse
    Using the VISIR instrument on ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT), astronomers have imaged a complex and bright nebula around the supergiant star Betelgeuse in greater detail than ever before. This structure, which resembles flames emanating from the star, is formed as the behemoth sheds its material into space.

    STS 135 Atlantis - Today's News Items
    At NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians at Launch Pad 39A have completed scanning the bottom portions of the stringers, which are the 21-foot long support beams on space shuttle Atlantis' external fuel tank. Engineers are analyzing the X-ray scans now and no issues have been found. Teams at the pad also are installing the heat shield for space shuttle main engine No. 3, and this weekend they will conduct a full retest of the engine's main fuel valve. The valve was replaced earlier in the week due to a suspected leak detected during a tanking test on June 15.

    SETI Needs YOUR Help to Catch an Alien
    SETI has shut down its most powerful telescope through lack of funds. It's time for us to step up.

    Bend it Like Beckham! Small Asteroid to Whip Past Earth on June 27, 2011
    Near-Earth asteroid 2011 MD will pass only 12,000 kilometers (7,500 miles) above the Earth's surface on Monday June 27 at about 9:30 EDT. The asteroid was discovered by the LINEAR near-Earth object discovery team observing from Socorro, New Mexico.

    Astronomers Aim to Discover New Cancer Therapy
    Astronomers' research on celestial bodies may have an impact on the human body. Ohio State University astronomers are working with medical physicists and radiation oncologists to develop a potential new radiation treatment -- one that is intended to be tougher on tumors, but gentler on healthy tissue.

    Solar Wind Samples Give Insight into Birth of Solar System
    Two papers in this week’s issue of Science report the first oxygen and nitrogen isotopic measurements of the Sun, demonstrating that they are very different from the same elements on Earth.

    SOFIA Successfully Observes Challenging Pluto Occultation
    On June 23, NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) observed the dwarf planet Pluto as it passed in front of a distant star. This event, known as an "occultation," allowed scientific analysis of Pluto and its atmosphere by flying SOFIA at the right moment to an exact location where Pluto's shadow fell on Earth.
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    STS 135 Atlantis - Today's News Items
    Today at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians at Launch Pad 39A will begin the week-long process of closing space shuttle Atlantis' aft section in preparation for its liftoff on the STS-135 mission to the International Space Station. Tomorrow, managers will meet at Kennedy to conduct the final Flight Readiness Review, which is expected to confirm the currently targeted launch date of July 8.

    Volunteer Star Gazers Needed for Space Mission
    Calling all amateur star gazers: Scientists need your help. A team from Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville has developed the website IceHunters, which challenges the public to discover potential destinations for a NASA mission at the very edge of the solar system set to happen around 2015.

    NASA Twitter Followers Will Fly Shuttle Simulator During Tweetup At Johnson Space Center
    So you think you can pilot the space shuttle? NASA will give 30 of its Twitter followers a chance to test their skills at space shuttle ascent, rendezvous or landing aboard the same simulator astronauts use to train for their missions.

    STS 135 Atlantis - Today's News Items
    Space shuttle Atlantis' Commander Chris Ferguson and his three crewmates are scheduled to begin a 12-day mission to the International Space Station with a launch at 11:26 a.m. EDT on July 8, from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The STS-135 mission is the final flight of the Space Shuttle Program.

    Neutron Star Bites Off More Than It Can Chew
    ESA’s XMM-Newton space observatory has watched a faint star flare up at X-ray wavelengths to almost 10 000 times its normal brightness. Astronomers believe the outburst was caused by the star trying to eat a giant clump of matter.

    NASA Online Videos Provide New Approach To Teach Science To Public
    NASA's new video series offers the public a fast and fun way to learn about scientific discoveries and facts about Earth, the solar system and beyond.

    Astronomers Observe Pluto & Its Moons
    A Williams College team of astronomers, headed by Bryce Babcock and Jay Pasachoff, have been in Hawaii, near Honolulu, to observe a rare double-double event about Pluto. On June 23rd, they observed an occultation, a hiding, when Pluto’s largest moon, Charon, only 755 miles across, went in front of (occulted) a star, revealing its size accurately as well as the absence of any atmosphere. About 11 minutes later, Pluto went in front of the same star, though the astronomers and their students have to analyze their observations to see if they detected that second event.
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    STS 135 Atlantis - Today's News Items
    Launch pad technicians at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida are in the process of closing out space shuttle Atlantis' payload bay in preparation for liftoff from Launch Pad 39A on July 8 at 11:26 a.m. EDT. The bay's doors are expected to be closed for flight today.

    NASA'S Partners Meet Milestones For Developing Future Commercial Spacecraft
    NASA's industry partners have met all their initial milestones in developing commercial crew transportation capabilities to reduce the gap in U.S. human spaceflight capability.

    'Odd Couple' Binary Makes Dual Gamma-Ray Flares
    In December 2010, a pair of mismatched stars in the southern constellation Crux whisked past each other at a distance closer than Venus orbits the sun. The system possesses a so-far unique blend of a hot and massive star with a compact fast-spinning pulsar. The pair's closest encounters occur every 3.4 years and each is marked by a sharp increase in gamma rays, the most extreme form of light.

    NASA Invites 150 Lucky Twitter Followers To Final Space Shuttle Launch
    The final launch of the space shuttle program is scheduled for 11:26 a.m. EDT on July 8, and NASA has invited 150 followers of the agency's Twitter account to be there. People selected will have a behind-the-scenes perspective from the press site at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

    Clocking Neptune's Spin
    By tracking atmospheric features on Neptune, a UA planetary scientist has accurately determined the planet's rotation, a feat that had not been previously achieved for any of the gas planets in our solar system except Jupiter.

    Most Distant Quasar Found
    A team of European astronomers has used ESO’s Very Large Telescope and a host of other telescopes to discover and study the most distant quasar found to date. This brilliant beacon, powered by a black hole with a mass two billion times that of the Sun, is by far the brightest object yet discovered in the early Universe. The results will appear in the 30 June 2011 issue of the journal Nature.
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    STS 135 Atlantis - Today's News Items - Thursday June 30th
    Preparations at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida are moving forward as space shuttle Atlantis' liftoff on July 8 nears. Today, technicians at Launch Pad 39A will pressurize Atlantis' main propulsion system following the closure yesterday of the spacecraft's payload bay doors.

    Astronomers Reveal a Cosmic 'Axis of Evil' - Thursday June 30th
    Astronomers are puzzled by the announcement that the masses of the largest objects in the Universe appear to depend on which method is used to weigh them. The new work was presented at a specialist discussion meeting on 'Scaling Relations of Galaxy Clusters' organised by the Astrophysics Research Institute (ARI) at Liverpool John Moores University and supported by the Royal Astronomical Society.

    Integral Challenges Physics Beyond Einstein - Thursday June 30th
    ESA’s Integral gamma-ray observatory has provided results that will dramatically affect the search for physics beyond Einstein. It has shown that any underlying quantum ‘graininess’ of space must be at much smaller scales than previously predicted.

    ‘Zombie' Stars Key to Measuring Dark Energy - Thursday June 30th
    "Zombie" stars that explode like bombs as they die, only to revive by sucking matter out of other stars. According to an astrophysicist at UC Santa Barbara, this isn't the plot for the latest 3D blockbuster movie. Instead, it's something that happens every day in the universe –– something that can be used to measure dark energy.

    NASA Completes Mirror Polishing For James Webb Space Telescope - Thursday June 30th
    Mirrors are a critical part of a telescope. The quality is crucial, so completion of mirror polishing represents a major milestone. All of the mirrors that will fly aboard NASA's James Webb Space Telescope have been polished so the observatory can see objects as far away as the first galaxies in the universe.

    NASA's Spitzer Finds Distant Galaxies Grazed on Gas - Thursday June 30th
    Galaxies once thought of as voracious tigers are more like grazing cows, according to a new study using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.

    STS 135 Atlantis - Today's News Items - Friday July 1st
    Technicians at NASA Kennedy Space Center's Launch Pad 39A expect to complete work to close out space shuttle Atlantis' aft section. Teams are not working any issues to prevent the start of the launch countdown at 1 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, July 5. Teams will have the Independence Day weekend off.

    NASA Research Offers New Prospect Of Water On Mars - Friday July 1st
    NASA scientists are seeing new evidence that suggests traces of water on Mars are under a thin varnish of iron oxide, or rust, similar to conditions found on desert rocks in California's Mojave Desert.

    NASA Administrator Discusses Agency's Future Endeavors - Friday July 1st
    NASA Administrator Charles Bolden delivered a speech Friday about the agency's future. Below are excerpts from his speech at the National Press Club in Washington.

    STS 135 Astronauts Arrive at Kennedy for Final Countdown - Monday July 4th
    On the Fourth of July, the four STS-135 crew members arrived in two T-38 jets at NASA Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility at approximately 2:30 p.m. EDT. Commander Chris Ferguson, Pilot Doug Hurley and Mission Specialists Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim made statements to awaiting media.
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